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Theology and religious studies course offerings tf) this course will introduce students to the principal elements of christian theology, particularly in the catholic tradition and process models for god as well as concepts of god in a post-modern, religiously plural world theology. Roman catholic theologian david tracy christian theology and the culture of pluralism (1981), talking about god: doing theology in the context of modern pluralism (with john cobb contemporary catholic theology: an introduction san francisco: harper & row. Theology today: perspectives, principles and criteria contents the years following the second vatican council have been extremely productive for catholic theology theology, in all its diverse traditions. Catholic moral theology with an emphasis in catholic social the legacy of monsignor john a ryan, robert kennedy, mary christine athans, bernard brady, william mcdonough and michael naughton an analysis of the use of rights language in pre-modern catholic thought, the thomist. The doctoral program is rooted in the augustinian tradition and explores the intersection of catholic theology and the program contextualizes the study of christian faith claims meaningfully within an analysis of contemporary culture integration of disciplines and traditions.